Out of the bottle it smells really nice, like the pomegranate and rose hydrosols it contains. A faint hint of sulfur from the MSM can linger, which isn't ideal, but is never is too bothersome or strong. The product also has a really fast spray pump that takes some practice to get used to. I think it disperses the product into a fine mist, because I've noticed that despite using the product frequently, I haven't gone through that much of it. I also really love the metal bottle. Its sleek and a great alternative to plastic packaging.
Overall, this is a great multitasking product that is perfect to spray on before bed or when setting makeup. It's also nice to have around when I don't feel like putting any effort into skincare; just a couple quick sprays refreshes and treats my skin.
On a sidenote — in my last post, A Beginner's Guide to Healthy Cosmetics, I wrote that one of the advantages of choosing natural brands is that it often means supporting small, female-owned businesses. Abbey St. Clare is a perfect example a small cosmetics company by women, for women! They sell a huge range skincare and makeup items, and you can also check my beauty products Pinterest board for some of the other items I've had my eye on!
Where to buy: $16.50 at abbeystclare.com
Disclosure: Product provided by Abbey St. Clare. Opinions are my own.